Interactive installations, new media artworks, projects developed by
V2_, software, soundworks, videos and other artworks and products of
research related to V2_. Also included are works shown at exhibitions curated by V2_.
"Stadtwirklichkeit" by Michael Wolf and Sascha Kempe (D) is a platform for the construction of artificial worlds.
"StalkShow" (2003) a public space project by Karen Lancel.
The CD-ROM Biomorph Encyclopedia: Muybridge Revisited (1994) by Nobuhiro Shilbayama is based on plates of the photographs of Edward Muybridge.
Just like pop-up childrens books, this CD-ROM shows various interactive and three-dimensional environments made up of two-dimensional graphic elements on the flat computer screen. It was made by Gento Matsumoto (Saru Brunei Comp., 1995).
CD-Rom based on the book The Way Things Work by David Macaulay.
A CD-ROM, both a game and a reference source, on ancient Kyoto, developed by Softedge (1995).
P.A.W.S. is Personal Automated Wagging System, a CD-Rom for kids.
ScruTiny in the Great Round (1995) is a CD-rom by Jim Gasperini.
CD-Rom by Richard Cameron, Pinky Keijzer and Yariv Alter Fin, published as supplement to the issue "HOME" of the Dutch Mediamatic magazine in 1995.
Puppet Motel (1995), published by Voyager, is a CD-Rom by Laurie Anderson.
Antirom was the first CD-Rom by the British collective of the same name.
Virtual Conversation (1995) is a CD-Rom published by the VPRO.
"Sculpture City" is a CD-ROM by Attila.
"Cyberflesh Girlmonster" (1995) is a CD-ROM by Linda Dement.
Small Fish (1999) is a CD-Rom published by ZKM.
Permanent Flux (1999) is a CD-Rom featuring sound-image works and lectures.
'Legible City' (1989) is a groundbreaking interactive installation by Jeffrey Shaw. It was shown at V2_ in the exhibition of Manifestation for the Unstable Media 4.
'Tokyo Four' (1991) is a video installation by Steina Vasulka.
"Dolci Mura" is an interactive installation by Ron Kuivila.
"Adelbrecht" (1988-2000) is a speaking and interactive robot by Martin Spanjaard.